[US-WA]Quanta D51B-2U 24SFF Server, DDR4 Memory, NVMes, 8TB HDs, Intel CPUs, SuperMicro Trays, ASUS X299 Motherboard

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nleksan

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EVGA SR3 Motherboard + I/O Shield + 48GB DDR4 + 512GB NVME : $375

EVGA SR3 Motherboard + I/O Shield + 96GB DDR4 + 512GB NVME : $450

Great workstation motherboard with quick boot and ease of use.
Motherboard is currently installed, under air cooling. 64 PCI-E lanes. If you want the original box and the accessories: $80
Support high TDC 255A out of the box.

Asus x299 Deluxe II + IO Shield + 18 Core 10980 xe CPU: $700

I have quite a few CPUs:

i9 10980xe: $550
i9 10900x: $250
i9 9800x: $85

I have a really soft spot for the "Intel HEDT golden era", starting with X58 on LGA1366, moving to X79/X99 via LGA2011/v3, and sunsetting with the X299 platform on LGA2066. They're power hungry, and slow relative to anything more recent, but there's just something special about them to me .

I'd be interested in one, maybe more, of the listed items.
 

Bert

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I have a really soft spot for the "Intel HEDT golden era", starting with X58 on LGA1366, moving to X79/X99 via LGA2011/v3, and sunsetting with the X299 platform on LGA2066. They're power hungry, and slow relative to anything more recent, but there's just something special about them to me .

I'd be interested in one, maybe more, of the listed items.
Best to send a message on what you are interested in
 

Wasmachineman_NL

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I have a really soft spot for the "Intel HEDT golden era", starting with X58 on LGA1366, moving to X79/X99 via LGA2011/v3, and sunsetting with the X299 platform on LGA2066. They're power hungry, and slow relative to anything more recent, but there's just something special about them to me .

I'd be interested in one, maybe more, of the listed items.
X299 CPUs still go for retarded prices unfortunately :( I'm after a 9th or 10th gen 2066 CPU with more than 10 cores but I sure as shit am not paying 7950X3D prices for CPUs that get curbstomped by a 14900K.
 

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X299 CPUs still go for retarded prices unfortunately :( I'm after a 9th or 10th gen 2066 CPU with more than 10 cores but I sure as shit am not paying 7950X3D prices for CPUs that get curbstomped by a 14900K.
Cost of HEDT. Yes 13700K is better than 10980xe but for some reason 10980xe worths more on the market place. 48 PCI-E vs 16 makes difference as well as quad channel vs dual channel. Motherboards and memory are also cheaper for LGA 2066, which is the reason I went for LGA 2066 in the first place.
 
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Koop

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Wouldn't happen to have any SSD trays or adapters for a Supermicro chassis would you?
 
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Koop

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Are you looking for 2.5" SSD adapter to 3.5" bay? Yes I have them.
3.5" to 2.5" gen 5.5 or gen 4- might be the same thing. but yeah, for use in a 3.5" bay. There are two different ones I'm aware of. Tool-less (MCP-220-00118-0B) or screws required (MCP-220-00043-0N).

Let me know what you got and how much you're looking per. I'd be interested in a decent number of them.

I already have plenty of 3.5" caddies. Would only need the insert and screws. Could take the caddy too if too much hassle to just have the insert. Just depends on cost. Thanks.
 
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Added the Quanta server and removed sold items. Quanta D51 must go as I have no use for it. It is very capable and reasonable quiet server.